Ares 7 Inch FPV Monitor Display 32ch 5.8GHz Receiver With Diversity

Brand: Ares

Part Number: AZSZ1020

£151.99 Web Price RRP £159.99

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Enjoy the exciting photo and video opportunities that this high quality 7” standard definition FPV auto scan monitor allows. Bristling with the latest technology the cutting edge 5.8GHz diversity monitor uses two integrated receivers to filter the best available signal and provide a sharp and interference-free live image. Perfect for both the newcomer and regular FPV flyer, features include dual signal scan for automated reception optimization, digital noise reduction and a choice of 32 channels. Build quality is delightful, and with a sun shield, long-lasting 2000mAh LiPo battery, and standard screw fix tripod mount, this is a monitor you’ll find convenient, user-friendly and, frankly, hard to live without.

Key Features
  • Long-lasting 2000mAh LiPo battery.
  • Auto scan mode.
  • Digital Noise Reduction (DNR).
  • Twin integrated receivers filter the best available signal.
  • Supplied with sun shield.
  • 24 channels across three bands.
  • 800 x 480 pixel resolution.
  • High quality TFT liquid crystal display.
  • Standard (1/4-20 thread) tripod mount.
What's in the box
  • 1 x Ares Z-Line 7 standard definition FPV monitor.
  • 1 x Sun shield.
  • 1 x Battery charge adapter.
  • 2 x 5.8GHz antennas.
  • 1 x 12V DC cable with BEC plug.
  • 1 x 12V DC cable with BEC port.
  • 2 x AV out cable.
  • 1 x Screen cleaning cloth.
  • 1 x Instruction manual.


Display size (mm):178 (7)
Length (mm):178
Height (mm):118
Width (mm):25

Needed to complete

  • 1 x Ares AC charger – AZSZ1036 (UK).



  • Brand: Ares
  • Part No: AZSZ1020
  • Fitment: Option Part

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